Controversial PGA goler John Daly takes to Twitter on a golf writer he's been fueding with for years.
John Wall has a huge for game Kentucky as the Dogs fall, 80-68.
The Winter Olympics have finally concluded with the USA totaling the most medals.
On the heels of the Monday arrest on a child molestation charge of Sherwood Christian boys and girls track & field coach Shawn Baxley, the team -- which starts its season this month -- will be coached by committee.
Fresh off their GISA Class AAA state championship win last weekend, the Deerfield boys basketball team picks up a few more honors.
Seminole's Carrie Washington verbals to Columbus State, while Randolph-Clay's Asha Alexander says she's been offered and will commit to the Lady Cougars soon.
Six Southwest Georgia girls teams started the day still alive in the GHSA state tournament -- but only Mitchell County is still standing after upsetting Appling County, 45-40, on the road Wednesday.
The seasons come to an end for the Monroe boys and girls hoops teams Wednesday as both fall to LaGrange in the Class AAA playoffs.
Savannah Christian finds a way to neutralize Randolph-Clay's dangerous superstar Destiny Mitchell as the Lady Red Devils' season they hoped would end with a title, instead ends in heartbreak.
Despite a furious, late rally by Westover's girls, the young Lady Patriots can't overcome Northside, Columbus in a 55-51 loss Wednesday in the second round of the GHSA Class AAA state tournament.
Target areas have long been used to focus police forces to high-crime areas, officials say.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Two antique guitars, World War II swords and daggers and two old toy cars are among the valuable items uncovered.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
ALBANY -- The numbers appear bleak for the state's work force.- Jennifer Maddox-Parks, staff writer
Some animal advocates have been critical of the commission's decision to remove an exemption for cats in the animal ordinance.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
The Leesburg City Council voted Tuesday to reject a county-proposed funding plan for an engineering study.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
The newest event, Sounds of Praise in the Park, is expected to attract 500-600 people.- Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer
Guilty plea garners 40 years for molestation.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
More than 20 downtown stakeholders met with city and state officials to discuss the future of downtown.- J.D. Sumner, government writer